Listen to our Community News Bulletin Roundup for October 2019;
This month’s local stories included:
- First person arrested for breach of Public Space Protection Order in Redbridge.
- South Ockendon Stop & Search following local crime wave.
- Gatwick Flyer enters administration.
- New water fountain at Higham’s Park Station.
- Dartford Crossing Toll Charges To Become Permeant.
- First residents move into new affordable homes in Ilford Hill
- Southwood Primary seek funds for new minibus
- Dagenham & Redbridge FC extends unbeaten run.
- National Play Week at BHR NHS Hospitals.
- Ángelo Balanta extends contract at Barking & Dagenham FC.
- Brookside Theatre seeks local actors for forthcoming panto.
- Sikh Volunteers from the Langar aid charity give away free food & drink to community as part of Langar Week.
- Plans to convert historic Pub in Romford.
- Redbridge 18+ group raise funds for London Air Ambulance.
- Three fraudsters convicted of money laundering scam.
- Police Remind Homeowners to protect properties.
- Valentines Park voted one of the ‘Best In Britain’.
- Bedrock Volunteers to host the Big Bedrock Broadcast Marathon.
- Brookside Theatre, Romford gets new seats.
- Interactive Nativity comes to Romford this Christmas.
- Ilford BACA hosts Halloween party for local youth.
- Barkingside Man jailed for murder.
- Two men Barking charged with murder following alternation at Elephant & Castle.
- Deer Stuck In Railings In Harold Hill.
- Sapphire Leisure Centre voted best new civic building.
Next Community Update – End of November 2019.